The Three Learning Styles

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The Three Learning Styles

Maximizing Your Student’s Learning by Recognizing and Utilizing All Learning Styles

Learning styles: ways in which the brain effectively gathers and processes information to learn

A.C.E. systematically incorporates within its curriculum and programs methods to stimulate learning in these three major learning style areas.

VISUAL LEARNING

Learn by:

  1. Reading, observing, or illustrating.
  2. Using strong visual associations.

Learning is strengthened by:

The A.C.E. program emphasizes visual learning by:

AUDITORY LEARNING

Learn by:

  1. Listening to verbalized teaching.
  2. Remembering by mentally forming the sounds of words.

Learning is strengthened by:

The A.C.E. program emphasizes auditory learning by:

KINESTHETIC LEARNING

Learn by:

  1. Experiencing what one sees and hears.
  2. Physical movement and tactile activities.

Learning is strengthened by:

The A.C.E. program emphasizes kinesthetic learning by:

FOR ALL LEARNING STYLES

Incorporating all learning style activities:

Supervisors and parents should emphasize a balanced blend of learning style activities to produce the healthiest learners.